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Her father and another brother were killed when they went to King's Landing to reclaim her, which resulted in Robert and Ned Stark's revolt known as Robert's Rebellion, whereupon the Targaryens were all slaughtered or routed from the Kingdoms.

Since Robert's family had closer ties to the former Royal family, he was put on the Iron Throne. Now, Robert has grown fat and miserable; he has no more wars to fight, is surrounded by plotters and sycophants, hates and is bored by the constant work needed to manage the Kingdoms properly, and is trapped in a political marriage to the scheming Cersei Lannister, whom he has never loved.

He is unaware that none of his three children with Cersei are his, but instead Jaime Lannister's. Under his reign, the realm has been bankrupted and Robert is deeply in debt to his wife's family.

Mortally wounded while hunting, he unknowingly leaves no rightful heir behind. His bastards are ordered dead by Joffrey, many of whom are killed, and Gendry is subsequently forced to flee the capital.

Jaime Lannister portrayed by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Ser Jaime Lannister of House Lannister is a member of the Kingsguard and an exceptionally skilled swordsman.

He is the Queen's twin brother and has carried on an incestuous love affair with her all his life, fathering all three of her living children.

He truly does love his sister and will do anything, no matter how rash, to stay close to her. He was allowed to keep his post in the current Kingsguard as he and his influential father helped Robert win the war, but no one feels he deserves this post, which frustrates Jaime.

Despite Eddard Stark's animosity against him for forsaking his oath to protect the King during Robert's Rebellion, Jaime has great respect for Eddard, whom he considers a great warrior and his equal.

Unlike his father and sister, Jaime cares deeply about his younger brother Tyrion. Catelyn Stark seasons 1—3 portrayed by Michelle Fairley.

Her father arranged the marriage when she was a teenager, initiating himself as a political counselor for King Robert. The Lannisters are the richest family in Westeros, [2] which is why Robert was interested in a marriage between them.

Cersei has a twin brother, Jaime, with whom she has been involved in an incestuous affair from early childhood.

All three of Cersei's children are Jaime's. Cersei learns that her husband Robert is in danger of finding out that the children he sees as his heirs to the throne are not his.

Robert meets his end as the result of a boar attack on a hunting trip, before Ned Stark tells him of the truth about his children. Cersei works quickly to instate her oldest son, Joffrey, on the throne, with her as his chief political advisor and Queen Regent.

Daenerys Targaryen portrayed by Emilia Clarke. Daenerys Targaryen is the exiled princess of the Targaryen dynasty.

Also called "the Stormborn", she and her brother Viserys were smuggled to Essos during the end of Robert's Rebellion.

For seventeen years, she has been under the care of Viserys, whom she fears, as he is abusive to her whenever she displeases him.

In exchange for an army, Viserys marries her to the powerful Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo, making her a Khaleesi, a queen of the Dothraki.

Jorah Mormont portrayed by Iain Glen. To fund his wife's extravagant lifestyle, he sold poachers on his land to slave traders, which is illegal in the Seven Kingdoms.

Rather than face punishment by Lord Stark, he fled to Essos and learned the lifestyle of the Dothraki who embrace him as one of their own and know him as "Jorah The Andal".

Jorah serves as an adviser to the Targaryens on both political and cultural matters of both the Seven Kingdoms and Essos.

Jorah is actually spying on the Targaryens for Lord Varys in exchange for a pardon on his crimes. But after learning more about Daenerys, Jorah falls in love with her and decides to protect her and help her regain the Iron Throne.

After she is widowed, he remains with her and becomes the first knight of her Queensguard. Viserys Targaryen season 1 portrayed by Harry Lloyd.

Viserys Targaryen is the exiled prince and heir of the Targaryen dynasty. Known as "the Beggar King" for his search for an army to recapture his throne.

A narcissist, he is arrogant and self-centered, caring only about himself and looking down on others, especially his sister Daenerys. In exchange for an army to help regain the Iron Throne, Viserys marries off his sister to the powerful Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo and follows his horde's journey to the Dothraki capital to ensure Drogo will keep his end of the bargain.

But as they journey, it becomes evident that Viserys does not have leadership skills to reclaim the throne and his arrogance and disrespect for the Dothraki does not win him any hearts.

Furthermore, Daenerys, who he has always threatened throughout his life, starts to stand up to him. Realizing that Daenerys is loved by the Dothraki and her and Drogo's unborn son is prophesized to unite the world, Viserys realizes that it is not he, but Daenerys who will reclaim the Iron Throne.

In a fit of drunken rage, he threatens Drogo to give him his army now or he will kill his unborn son.

Having enough of his behavior, Drogo kills Viserys by giving him a "Golden Crown"; molten gold poured over his head.

Daenerys later names one of her dragons Viserion, as a tribute to Viserys. Jon Snow portrayed by Kit Harington.

In the first season, Jon joins the Night's Watch. Jon is a talented fighter, but his sense of compassion and justice brings him into conflict with his harsh surroundings.

Ned claims that Jon's mother was a wet nurse named Wylla. His dire wolf is called Ghost due to his albinism and quiet nature. Jon soon learns that the Watch is no longer a glorious order, but is now composed mostly of society's rejects, including criminals and exiles.

Initially, he has only contempt for his low-born brothers of the Watch, but he puts aside his prejudices and befriends his fellow recruits, especially Samwell Tarly, after they unite against the cruel master-at-arms, Ser Alliser Thorne.

Robb Stark seasons 1—3 portrayed by Richard Madden. His dire wolf is called Grey Wind. Robb becomes involved in the war against the Lannisters after his father, Ned Stark, is arrested for treason.

Robb summons his bannermen for war against House Lannister and marches to the Riverlands. Eventually, crossing the river at the Twins becomes strategically necessary.

Robb leads the war effort against the Lannisters and successfully captures Jaime. He wins a succession of battles in Season 2, earning him the nickname the Young Wolf.

However, he feels that he botched the political aspects of war. He also sends his mother Catelyn to deal with Stannis Baratheon and Renly Baratheon, both of whom are fighting to be the rightful king.

Theon and Catelyn fail in their missions, and Balon launches an invasion of the North. Robb falls in love with Talisa Maegyr, a healer from Volantis due to her kindness and spirit.

Despite his mother's protest, Robb breaks his engagement with the Freys and marries Talisa in the 2nd-season finale. On news of his grandfather, Lord Hoster Tully's, death, Robb and his party travel north to Riverrun for the funeral, where the young king is reunited with his great-uncle, Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully, and his uncle, Edmure Tully, the new lord of Riverrun.

While at Riverrun, Robb makes the decision to execute Lord Rickard Karstark for the murders of two teenage squires related to the Lannisters, a decision that loses the support of the Karstarks and leads Robb to make the ultimately fatal decision to ask the Freys for their alliance.

He is killed in the Red Wedding Massacre, after witnessing the murder of his pregnant wife and their child. Lord Bolton personally executes Robb, stabbing him through the heart while taunting that "the Lannisters send their regards", in fact a promise made to Jaime who had no knowledge of Bolton's impending treason when leaving for the Twins.

His corpse is later decapitated and Grey Wind's head is sewn on and paraded around as the Stark forces are slaughtered by the Boltons and Freys.

Sansa Stark portrayed by Sophie Turner. She was also the future bride of Prince Joffrey, and thus the future Queen of the Seven Kingdoms as well.

She names her direwolf Lady; she is the smallest of the pack and the first to die, sentenced to death by Cersei after Arya's direwolf, Nymeria, bit a violent Joffrey.

After she manages to escape the claws of her family's enemies she reconciles with Jon Snow and they retake their home Winterfell, together.

At the end of the series she is crowned Queen in the North. Arya Stark portrayed by Maisie Williams. Ever the tomboy , Arya would rather be training to use weapons than sewing with a needle.

She names her direwolf Nymeria, after a legendary warrior queen. Theon Greyjoy portrayed by Alfie Allen. Despite his position, he remains loyal to Eddard and is good friends with his sons Robb and Jon.

Bran Stark seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Isaac Hempstead Wright. He was named after his deceased uncle, Brandon. His dire wolf is called Summer.

During the King's visit to Winterfell, he accidentally came across Cersei and Jaime Lannister engaging in sex, following which Bran is shoved from the window by Jaime, permanently crippling his legs.

Joffrey Baratheon seasons 1—4 portrayed by Jack Gleeson. He is the eldest of Cersei Lannister's children and heir to the Iron Throne.

Vicious and cruel, he has a short temper and believes he can do anything he wants. He is also a coward when confronted by those who aren't afraid of him.

Joffrey is also unaware that King Robert is not his real father — who, in reality, is Jaime Lannister. After Robert's death, the Lannisters make Joffrey the King against his father's will, and Joffrey becomes a cruel ruler and a Puppet King used by his mother.

Sandor Clegane seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Rory McCann. Sandor Clegane, nicknamed "the Hound", for his savage nature, is the younger brother of Ser Gregor Clegane and a retainer to House Lannister.

He is also Joffrey Baratheon's personal bodyguard. The right side of his face was grievously burned when he was only a boy after his brother accused him of stealing one of his toys and pushed Sandor's face into a brazier, leaving the right side of his face hideously scarred, and a lifelong fear of fire.

He is taciturn and brutal, but not without compassion. He is protective towards Sansa after she is captured by the Lannisters. After Joffrey becomes King, Sandor is made a member of the Kingsguard.

Although he is still faithful to Joffrey, he frequently defends Sansa from Joffrey's attempts to shame and physically abuse her.

Tyrion Lannister portrayed by Peter Dinklage. He is a dwarf ; and his mother died during his birth, for which his father, Tywin Lannister , blames him.

While not physically powerful, Tyrion has a cunning mind and often uses to his advantage the fact that others constantly underestimate him.

Petyr Baelish seasons 1—7 portrayed by Aidan Gillen. He grew up with Catelyn Tully and fought Ned's brother Brandon for her hand. Petyr is a master manipulator who knows the ongoing affairs within the Seven Kingdoms thanks to his spies.

While Petyr at first is assumed to be an ally of Ned, he secretly resents him for marrying Catelyn and so he betrayed him when he tried to arrest Joffrey and Cersei.

Despite that, Petyr aims to take the Iron Throne to punish the powerful nobles who used to look down on him. Davos Seaworth seasons 2—8 portrayed by Liam Cunningham.

Ser Davos Seaworth, also known as "the Onion Knight", is a former smuggler and knight in the service of Stannis Baratheon; he serves as one of Stannis's most trusted advisers.

In his smuggling days, he was said to handle a ship at night better than anyone. Before the events of the series, he earned his knighthood by smuggling fish and onions to the besieged Stannis Baratheon and his army during Robert Baratheon's rebellion.

Before knighting him, Stannis removed the last joints from four fingers on his right hand as punishment for his years of smuggling; believing these joints bought his family a better future, Davos keeps them in a pouch around his neck for luck.

Samwell Tarly portrayed by John Bradley. He was sent to the Wall by his father, who disowned him for his cowardice. He becomes Jon's best friend after Jon conspires with the others in their trainee class to go easy on him.

While not a warrior, he is very smart and insightful. He is inducted into the Stewards and assigned to Maester Aemon.

Stannis Baratheon seasons 2—5 portrayed by Stephen Dillane. A brooding, humorless man known for a hard and unyielding sense of justice, he is obsessed with slights real and imagined.

With Robert dying, Ned sends him a letter appointing him as the legitimate heir and becomes another challenger for the Iron Throne after his alleged nephew Joffrey becomes King.

Melisandre seasons 2—8 portrayed by Carice van Houten. Melisandre has prophetic powers that give her partial knowledge of future events.

Unlike many other people in Westeros with access to prophecy, Melisandre has absolute faith in her own interpretation, even though she is sometimes wrong.

Melisandre believes Stannis is the chosen one who will convert the people of Westeros into followers of R'hllor.

Jeor Mormont seasons 1—3 portrayed by James Cosmo. He gave up his lands to serve the Night's Watch. His son's shaming of their house weighs heavily on him.

He personally requests that Jon Snow be made his personal steward, and gives him the Hand-and-a-Half sword also known as a bastard sword of their house, Longclaw.

He has the pommel reshaped into a wolf's head. To investigate the return of wights, the disappearance of several Rangers, and rumors of a wildling army, Jeor leads an expeditionary force beyond the Wall in Season 2.

In Season 3, after returning to Craster's Keep, he is slain by Rast in the ensuing mutiny, but manages to strangle him before succumbing to his wounds.

His death ignites Maester Aemon's call for the lords of Westeros to aid the Night's Watch, which convinces Stannis Baratheon the time is ripe to fight the onslaught of the White Walkers.

His corpse is apparently desecrated afterwards, as in season 4, Karl Tanner is shown drinking wine from a skull he claims is Jeor's. Bronn portrayed by Jerome Flynn.

Bronn is a sellsword with a sardonic sense of humor. He initially serves under Catelyn Stark and aids her in arresting Tyrion Lannister and taking him to the Vale to stand trial for the murder of Jon Arryn and attempted murder of Bran Stark.

During the trial, Bronn realises that Tyrion will most likely be executed by the insane Lysa Arryn despite the impossibility of his guilt, and volunteers to fight for Tyrion when he demands a trial by combat.

Bronn defeats Lysa Arryn's champion and becomes Tyrion's companion and protector, accompanying him back to King's Landing. Varys portrayed by Conleth Hill.

Varys, sometimes called The Spider, is a major character in the second, third, fourth and fifth seasons. He initially appeared as a recurring character in the first season and debuted in "Lord Snow".

Varys is bald and tends towards fat, due to his castration. He is the Master of Whisperers, the King's foremost spymaster and intelligence agent.

He holds no inherited title, castle or lands in Westeros, but is called "Lord" as a courtesy due to his position on the council, which traditionally is made up of high lords.

He is a skilled manipulator and commands a network of informants across two continents. He often puts on the public persona of being nothing more than a pudgy man well suited to the pleasantries of court life; humble, obsequious, fawning, and a little effeminate.

This is simply a facade that Varys has developed, which often leads those who do not know him well to underestimate him as a cheerful and vapid flatterer.

In reality he is a cunning and ruthless manipulator of court politics, on-par with Master of Coin Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, with whom he frequently spars.

Shae seasons 1—4 portrayed by Sibel Kekilli. Shae is a young camp follower in whom Tyrion Lannister takes particular interest.

Tyrion falls in love with her and in order to hide her from his father, Tyrion appoints Shae to be Sansa's handmaiden.

As her handmaiden, Shae is the only person Sansa trusts and confides to her about her problems and what she really thinks about the Lannisters.

In turn, Shae becomes protective of Sansa and attempts to help her in any way she can. In Season 3, she becomes jealous of Tyrion after his marriage to Sansa and is confronted by Varys, who urges her to leave the Seven Kingdoms, which she refuses to do, thinking that Tyrion has something to do with Varys talking to her.

In Season 4, Tyrion is forced to send Shae away from King's Landing on a ship after her presence is discovered by Cersei and his father is told, insulting her in the process.

Shae, however, does not leave King's Landing, and resurfaces at Tyrion's trial for murdering Joffrey, where she falsely claims that both Tyrion and Sansa were responsible for Joffrey's death.

It is revealed, however, that Shae was having an affair with Tywin. After Tyrion is freed by Jaime, he finds Shae sleeping in Tywin's bed, making him realise the horrible truth.

Shae attempts to kill Tyrion with a knife, but he strangles her to death both in self-defense and out of anger for her betrayal. Margaery Tyrell seasons 2—6 portrayed by Natalie Dormer.

Somewhere in her mid to late twenties, she is surprisingly canny and cunning. She is aware of her husband's homosexual orientation and inclinations towards her brother.

Despite her knowledge of this, she actively attempts to become pregnant as to secure the alliance between their families. In a departure from her characterization in the novels, where her personal motivations are unclear, Margaery's naked ambition is made obvious.

Tywin Lannister seasons 1—5 portrayed by Charles Dance. He is the father of Cersei, Jaime, and Tyrion. After Eddard Stark's arrest, Joffrey names him Hand of the King once more, but after Jaime is taken captive by the Starks, Eddard is unexpectedly executed by Joffrey, and Renly and Stannis Baratheon challenge Joffrey's claim to the throne; Tywin elects to remain in the field commanding his forces until he wins his war, and in the meantime gives the position of Hand of the King to Tyrion.

Talisa Stark seasons 2—3 portrayed by Oona Chaplin. Talisa Maegyr is a healer working on the battlefields of the War of the Five Kings.

She claims to be from the Free City of Volantis. No character named Talisa appears in the books.

Oona Chaplin was originally announced to play a character called Jeyne, which many thought to mean she would play Jeyne Westerling , a character from the books.

Talisa follows Robb Stark's army camp as it moves. One day as they talk they are interrupted by news that Catelyn has released Robb's key prisoner Jaime Lannister.

Talisa later goes to comfort Robb. After she reveals more of her past to him, they admit their shared feelings for one another and sleep together.

Talisa and Robb marry in secret before a septon and she becomes a Stark. In season 3, Talisa reveals that she is pregnant, although she and her unborn child are stabbed to death by Lothar Frey in the Red Wedding Massacre, the first in the hall to be attacked.

Ygritte seasons 2—4 portrayed by Rose Leslie. A Wildling girl with red hair "kissed by fire", a sign of luck among the Wildlings and a follower of Mance Rayder.

She manages to escape, but is recaptured by Jon, separating him from his brothers in the process. Later she leads him into Rattleshirt's ambush.

After this they lead Jon to Mance Rayder's wildling camp, where he pretends to defect to the Wildlings to discover their plans. She then travels with him to the wall, and during this journey she seduces him.

However, when confronted with killing an innocent horse farmer for the watch who scaled the wall, Jon escapes the wildling's clutches on horseback. But while resting, Ygritte manages to catch up with Jon at which point she confesses her love for him and then, blinded by tears, shoots him multiple times while he escapes towards the wall.

In Season 4, Ygritte starts raiding villages south of the wall with her group, clearly thirsting for vengeance against Jon, although Tormund suspects she let him go.

When the wildlings attack Mole's Town, Ygritte slaughters all the women present, but notices Gilly hiding with her baby son, and spares her life.

When the wildlings finally reach Castle Black and attack, Ygritte kills many Night's Watch brothers with her archery skills, among them Pyp. When confronted by Jon, however, she cannot bring herself to shoot him, and is shot in the back by Olly, a boy whose father Ygritte previously killed.

Ygritte subsequently dies in Jon's arms, and her body is later burned by Jon himself, separately from the other soldiers, in her homeland, north of the Wall.

Gendry seasons 1—3, 7—8 portrayed by Joe Dempsie. Gendry is an apprentice blacksmith in King's Landing and an unacknowledged bastard of King Robert.

Gendry shows promise as a smith and makes a helmet in the shape of a bull's head; Eddard compliments the helmet, offering to purchase it. Gendry refuses, to the shame of the master smith.

During their journey, they are stopped by the Goldcloaks, who demand that Yoren give up Gendry as King Joffrey wants all of his father's bastards killed but are forced to leave by Yoren.

Later, Gendry reveals to Arry that he knows she is a girl disguised as a boy all along and is surprised to learn she is Arya, Ned Stark's daughter.

After the Goldcloaks get help from Ser Amory Lorch and his men who kill Yoren, Gendry's life is saved by Arya when she lies to the Goldcloaks that Lommy, who was killed during the attack, was Gendry.

Gendry and the rest of recruits are sent to Harrenhal where Ser Gregor Clegane arbitrarily has many of the prisoners tortured and killed.

Gendry was about to suffer this fate but is saved by the arrival of Lord Tywin Lannister, who chides Clegane's men for their reckless behavior.

As they head towards the Riverlands, the group encounters the Brotherhood Without Banners, a group of Outlaws that defend the weak. Inspired, he decides to join the Brotherhood but is betrayed by them when they sell him to Lady Melisandre as ordered by the Lord of Light.

Melisandre later reveals to Gendry that King Robert was his father and she is bringing him to meet his uncle, King Stannis. But in truth, Melisandre and Stannis planned to use him for her blood magic where Stannis uses his nephew's blood to make a death curse on the usurpers to his throne, Joffrey, Robb, and Balon Greyjoy.

Before they can use him as a sacrifice, Davos Seaworth helps Gendry escape and puts him on a boat to King's Landing. Unable to swim or row, Gendry is nevertheless convinced that the Red Woman has a surer death in store for him, and Davos asks him to "have a bowl'o brown for me" when returning to Flea Bottom.

In Season 7 Davos, on a clandestine visit to King's Landing, seeks out Gendry and finds him working as a smith. Gendry needs no persuading to go with Davos to Dragonstone.

There he meets Jon Snow and volunteers to go with Jon on a mission north of the Wall to capture a wight.

During the mission, he is sent back to the Wall to summon help. He gets word to Daenerys and later leaves with the others on the Targaryen ship. Tormund Giantsbane seasons 3—8 portrayed by Kristofer Hivju.

A wildling raider known for his many titles, "Giantsbane" being foremost. Loud and gregarious, he is one of Mance's top generals, fierce and terrible in combat.

Tormund takes a liking to Jon after he joins them and even gives him advice over his relationship with Ygritte. Brienne of Tarth seasons 2—8 portrayed by Gwendoline Christie.

Out of gratitude, the Old Bear gives Jon his family sword, Longclaw , as a gift. Afterwards, Grenn joins others who ask Jon to show them the Valyrian steel sword, explaining that they knew about the present before Jon did.

Grenn is among the group of friends that stop Jon from abandoning the Wall and forswearing himself following the execution of his father in King's Landing.

When Jon declares he needs to be with his brother Robb , Grenn says that those of the Night's Watch are his brothers now. He goes on explaining that, while everyone is sorry about Lord Eddard's fate, Jon cannot go back once he has made the vow.

Grenn participates in the great ranging led by Lord Commander Mormont. Before it starts, Grenn joins other brothers who go to Mole's Town for drinking and whoring.

During the ranging, Grenn serves as an outrider and is usually paired with Dywen. The gnarled, veteran ranger takes on a mentor role; clouting Grenn on the ear and advising the young ranger.

When the group approaches Craster's Keep , Dywen tells Grenn that Craster was born of a wildling woman and a ranger.

Dywen warns Jon and others to not look after Craster 's wives. Grenn later challenges Dywen's boast that he slept with three of Craster's daughters during the night, explaining that he would have noticed that.

Dywen declares there is a strange smell around the Fist of the First Men , explaining to Grenn that it smells cold.

When Jon kills Qhorin Halfhand on his command to prove that he has forsaken the Night's Watch so that he can infiltrate the camp of Mance Rayder , Jon wonders whether he has lost his friends.

Grenn survives the fight at the Fist , where the Night's Watch is attacked by wights. Afterward, Grenn calls him Sam the Slayer.

Grenn is among those who make it back to Craster's Keep. Jon leaves command of the Wall to Grenn when he descends to Castle Black.

Having grown a half a foot taller since having met Jon, Grenn has not cut his shaggy hair or beard since the Fist.

Grenn complains that Jon has not been the same since being chosen the new Lord Commander. Grenn is seen sitting with Pyp and the rest in the common room.

They invite Jon to sit with them, but he refuses. Grenn : Nobody likes cravens. I wish we hadn't helped him.

What if they think we're craven too? Pypar : You're too stupid to be craven. Grenn : I am not. Pypar : Yes you are. If a bear attacked you in the woods, you'd be too stupid to run away.

Pypar : We're not all as dumb as Grenn. Grenn : You are so. You're dumber. Samwell : You never liked Ser Alliser to call you Aurochs.

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Catelyn Stark seasons 1—3 portrayed by Michelle Fairley. Her father arranged the marriage when she was a teenager, initiating himself as a political counselor for King Robert.

The Lannisters are the richest family in Westeros, [2] which is why Robert was interested in a marriage between them. Cersei has a twin brother, Jaime, with whom she has been involved in an incestuous affair from early childhood.

All three of Cersei's children are Jaime's. Cersei learns that her husband Robert is in danger of finding out that the children he sees as his heirs to the throne are not his.

Robert meets his end as the result of a boar attack on a hunting trip, before Ned Stark tells him of the truth about his children.

Cersei works quickly to instate her oldest son, Joffrey, on the throne, with her as his chief political advisor and Queen Regent.

Daenerys Targaryen portrayed by Emilia Clarke. Daenerys Targaryen is the exiled princess of the Targaryen dynasty.

Also called "the Stormborn", she and her brother Viserys were smuggled to Essos during the end of Robert's Rebellion. For seventeen years, she has been under the care of Viserys, whom she fears, as he is abusive to her whenever she displeases him.

In exchange for an army, Viserys marries her to the powerful Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo, making her a Khaleesi, a queen of the Dothraki.

Jorah Mormont portrayed by Iain Glen. To fund his wife's extravagant lifestyle, he sold poachers on his land to slave traders, which is illegal in the Seven Kingdoms.

Rather than face punishment by Lord Stark, he fled to Essos and learned the lifestyle of the Dothraki who embrace him as one of their own and know him as "Jorah The Andal".

Jorah serves as an adviser to the Targaryens on both political and cultural matters of both the Seven Kingdoms and Essos. Jorah is actually spying on the Targaryens for Lord Varys in exchange for a pardon on his crimes.

But after learning more about Daenerys, Jorah falls in love with her and decides to protect her and help her regain the Iron Throne.

After she is widowed, he remains with her and becomes the first knight of her Queensguard. Viserys Targaryen season 1 portrayed by Harry Lloyd.

Viserys Targaryen is the exiled prince and heir of the Targaryen dynasty. Known as "the Beggar King" for his search for an army to recapture his throne.

A narcissist, he is arrogant and self-centered, caring only about himself and looking down on others, especially his sister Daenerys. In exchange for an army to help regain the Iron Throne, Viserys marries off his sister to the powerful Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo and follows his horde's journey to the Dothraki capital to ensure Drogo will keep his end of the bargain.

But as they journey, it becomes evident that Viserys does not have leadership skills to reclaim the throne and his arrogance and disrespect for the Dothraki does not win him any hearts.

Furthermore, Daenerys, who he has always threatened throughout his life, starts to stand up to him. Realizing that Daenerys is loved by the Dothraki and her and Drogo's unborn son is prophesized to unite the world, Viserys realizes that it is not he, but Daenerys who will reclaim the Iron Throne.

In a fit of drunken rage, he threatens Drogo to give him his army now or he will kill his unborn son.

Having enough of his behavior, Drogo kills Viserys by giving him a "Golden Crown"; molten gold poured over his head. Daenerys later names one of her dragons Viserion, as a tribute to Viserys.

Jon Snow portrayed by Kit Harington. In the first season, Jon joins the Night's Watch. Jon is a talented fighter, but his sense of compassion and justice brings him into conflict with his harsh surroundings.

Ned claims that Jon's mother was a wet nurse named Wylla. His dire wolf is called Ghost due to his albinism and quiet nature.

Jon soon learns that the Watch is no longer a glorious order, but is now composed mostly of society's rejects, including criminals and exiles.

Initially, he has only contempt for his low-born brothers of the Watch, but he puts aside his prejudices and befriends his fellow recruits, especially Samwell Tarly, after they unite against the cruel master-at-arms, Ser Alliser Thorne.

Robb Stark seasons 1—3 portrayed by Richard Madden. His dire wolf is called Grey Wind. Robb becomes involved in the war against the Lannisters after his father, Ned Stark, is arrested for treason.

Robb summons his bannermen for war against House Lannister and marches to the Riverlands. Eventually, crossing the river at the Twins becomes strategically necessary.

Robb leads the war effort against the Lannisters and successfully captures Jaime. He wins a succession of battles in Season 2, earning him the nickname the Young Wolf.

However, he feels that he botched the political aspects of war. He also sends his mother Catelyn to deal with Stannis Baratheon and Renly Baratheon, both of whom are fighting to be the rightful king.

Theon and Catelyn fail in their missions, and Balon launches an invasion of the North. Robb falls in love with Talisa Maegyr, a healer from Volantis due to her kindness and spirit.

Despite his mother's protest, Robb breaks his engagement with the Freys and marries Talisa in the 2nd-season finale.

On news of his grandfather, Lord Hoster Tully's, death, Robb and his party travel north to Riverrun for the funeral, where the young king is reunited with his great-uncle, Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully, and his uncle, Edmure Tully, the new lord of Riverrun.

While at Riverrun, Robb makes the decision to execute Lord Rickard Karstark for the murders of two teenage squires related to the Lannisters, a decision that loses the support of the Karstarks and leads Robb to make the ultimately fatal decision to ask the Freys for their alliance.

He is killed in the Red Wedding Massacre, after witnessing the murder of his pregnant wife and their child. Lord Bolton personally executes Robb, stabbing him through the heart while taunting that "the Lannisters send their regards", in fact a promise made to Jaime who had no knowledge of Bolton's impending treason when leaving for the Twins.

His corpse is later decapitated and Grey Wind's head is sewn on and paraded around as the Stark forces are slaughtered by the Boltons and Freys.

Sansa Stark portrayed by Sophie Turner. She was also the future bride of Prince Joffrey, and thus the future Queen of the Seven Kingdoms as well.

She names her direwolf Lady; she is the smallest of the pack and the first to die, sentenced to death by Cersei after Arya's direwolf, Nymeria, bit a violent Joffrey.

After she manages to escape the claws of her family's enemies she reconciles with Jon Snow and they retake their home Winterfell, together.

At the end of the series she is crowned Queen in the North. Arya Stark portrayed by Maisie Williams.

Ever the tomboy , Arya would rather be training to use weapons than sewing with a needle. She names her direwolf Nymeria, after a legendary warrior queen.

Theon Greyjoy portrayed by Alfie Allen. Despite his position, he remains loyal to Eddard and is good friends with his sons Robb and Jon.

Bran Stark seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Isaac Hempstead Wright. He was named after his deceased uncle, Brandon.

His dire wolf is called Summer. During the King's visit to Winterfell, he accidentally came across Cersei and Jaime Lannister engaging in sex, following which Bran is shoved from the window by Jaime, permanently crippling his legs.

Joffrey Baratheon seasons 1—4 portrayed by Jack Gleeson. He is the eldest of Cersei Lannister's children and heir to the Iron Throne.

Vicious and cruel, he has a short temper and believes he can do anything he wants. He is also a coward when confronted by those who aren't afraid of him.

Joffrey is also unaware that King Robert is not his real father — who, in reality, is Jaime Lannister.

After Robert's death, the Lannisters make Joffrey the King against his father's will, and Joffrey becomes a cruel ruler and a Puppet King used by his mother.

Sandor Clegane seasons 1—4, 6—8 portrayed by Rory McCann. Sandor Clegane, nicknamed "the Hound", for his savage nature, is the younger brother of Ser Gregor Clegane and a retainer to House Lannister.

He is also Joffrey Baratheon's personal bodyguard. The right side of his face was grievously burned when he was only a boy after his brother accused him of stealing one of his toys and pushed Sandor's face into a brazier, leaving the right side of his face hideously scarred, and a lifelong fear of fire.

He is taciturn and brutal, but not without compassion. He is protective towards Sansa after she is captured by the Lannisters.

After Joffrey becomes King, Sandor is made a member of the Kingsguard. Although he is still faithful to Joffrey, he frequently defends Sansa from Joffrey's attempts to shame and physically abuse her.

Tyrion Lannister portrayed by Peter Dinklage. He is a dwarf ; and his mother died during his birth, for which his father, Tywin Lannister , blames him.

While not physically powerful, Tyrion has a cunning mind and often uses to his advantage the fact that others constantly underestimate him. Petyr Baelish seasons 1—7 portrayed by Aidan Gillen.

He grew up with Catelyn Tully and fought Ned's brother Brandon for her hand. Petyr is a master manipulator who knows the ongoing affairs within the Seven Kingdoms thanks to his spies.

While Petyr at first is assumed to be an ally of Ned, he secretly resents him for marrying Catelyn and so he betrayed him when he tried to arrest Joffrey and Cersei.

Despite that, Petyr aims to take the Iron Throne to punish the powerful nobles who used to look down on him. Davos Seaworth seasons 2—8 portrayed by Liam Cunningham.

Ser Davos Seaworth, also known as "the Onion Knight", is a former smuggler and knight in the service of Stannis Baratheon; he serves as one of Stannis's most trusted advisers.

In his smuggling days, he was said to handle a ship at night better than anyone. Before the events of the series, he earned his knighthood by smuggling fish and onions to the besieged Stannis Baratheon and his army during Robert Baratheon's rebellion.

Before knighting him, Stannis removed the last joints from four fingers on his right hand as punishment for his years of smuggling; believing these joints bought his family a better future, Davos keeps them in a pouch around his neck for luck.

Samwell Tarly portrayed by John Bradley. He was sent to the Wall by his father, who disowned him for his cowardice. He becomes Jon's best friend after Jon conspires with the others in their trainee class to go easy on him.

While not a warrior, he is very smart and insightful. He is inducted into the Stewards and assigned to Maester Aemon. Stannis Baratheon seasons 2—5 portrayed by Stephen Dillane.

A brooding, humorless man known for a hard and unyielding sense of justice, he is obsessed with slights real and imagined. With Robert dying, Ned sends him a letter appointing him as the legitimate heir and becomes another challenger for the Iron Throne after his alleged nephew Joffrey becomes King.

Melisandre seasons 2—8 portrayed by Carice van Houten. Melisandre has prophetic powers that give her partial knowledge of future events. Unlike many other people in Westeros with access to prophecy, Melisandre has absolute faith in her own interpretation, even though she is sometimes wrong.

Melisandre believes Stannis is the chosen one who will convert the people of Westeros into followers of R'hllor. Jeor Mormont seasons 1—3 portrayed by James Cosmo.

He gave up his lands to serve the Night's Watch. His son's shaming of their house weighs heavily on him. He personally requests that Jon Snow be made his personal steward, and gives him the Hand-and-a-Half sword also known as a bastard sword of their house, Longclaw.

He has the pommel reshaped into a wolf's head. To investigate the return of wights, the disappearance of several Rangers, and rumors of a wildling army, Jeor leads an expeditionary force beyond the Wall in Season 2.

In Season 3, after returning to Craster's Keep, he is slain by Rast in the ensuing mutiny, but manages to strangle him before succumbing to his wounds.

His death ignites Maester Aemon's call for the lords of Westeros to aid the Night's Watch, which convinces Stannis Baratheon the time is ripe to fight the onslaught of the White Walkers.

His corpse is apparently desecrated afterwards, as in season 4, Karl Tanner is shown drinking wine from a skull he claims is Jeor's.

Bronn portrayed by Jerome Flynn. Bronn is a sellsword with a sardonic sense of humor. He initially serves under Catelyn Stark and aids her in arresting Tyrion Lannister and taking him to the Vale to stand trial for the murder of Jon Arryn and attempted murder of Bran Stark.

During the trial, Bronn realises that Tyrion will most likely be executed by the insane Lysa Arryn despite the impossibility of his guilt, and volunteers to fight for Tyrion when he demands a trial by combat.

Bronn defeats Lysa Arryn's champion and becomes Tyrion's companion and protector, accompanying him back to King's Landing.

Varys portrayed by Conleth Hill. Varys, sometimes called The Spider, is a major character in the second, third, fourth and fifth seasons. He initially appeared as a recurring character in the first season and debuted in "Lord Snow".

Varys is bald and tends towards fat, due to his castration. He is the Master of Whisperers, the King's foremost spymaster and intelligence agent.

He holds no inherited title, castle or lands in Westeros, but is called "Lord" as a courtesy due to his position on the council, which traditionally is made up of high lords.

He is a skilled manipulator and commands a network of informants across two continents. He often puts on the public persona of being nothing more than a pudgy man well suited to the pleasantries of court life; humble, obsequious, fawning, and a little effeminate.

This is simply a facade that Varys has developed, which often leads those who do not know him well to underestimate him as a cheerful and vapid flatterer.

In reality he is a cunning and ruthless manipulator of court politics, on-par with Master of Coin Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, with whom he frequently spars.

Shae seasons 1—4 portrayed by Sibel Kekilli. Shae is a young camp follower in whom Tyrion Lannister takes particular interest.

Tyrion falls in love with her and in order to hide her from his father, Tyrion appoints Shae to be Sansa's handmaiden.

As her handmaiden, Shae is the only person Sansa trusts and confides to her about her problems and what she really thinks about the Lannisters.

In turn, Shae becomes protective of Sansa and attempts to help her in any way she can. In Season 3, she becomes jealous of Tyrion after his marriage to Sansa and is confronted by Varys, who urges her to leave the Seven Kingdoms, which she refuses to do, thinking that Tyrion has something to do with Varys talking to her.

In Season 4, Tyrion is forced to send Shae away from King's Landing on a ship after her presence is discovered by Cersei and his father is told, insulting her in the process.

Shae, however, does not leave King's Landing, and resurfaces at Tyrion's trial for murdering Joffrey, where she falsely claims that both Tyrion and Sansa were responsible for Joffrey's death.

It is revealed, however, that Shae was having an affair with Tywin. After Tyrion is freed by Jaime, he finds Shae sleeping in Tywin's bed, making him realise the horrible truth.

Shae attempts to kill Tyrion with a knife, but he strangles her to death both in self-defense and out of anger for her betrayal. Margaery Tyrell seasons 2—6 portrayed by Natalie Dormer.

Somewhere in her mid to late twenties, she is surprisingly canny and cunning. She is aware of her husband's homosexual orientation and inclinations towards her brother.

Despite her knowledge of this, she actively attempts to become pregnant as to secure the alliance between their families.

In a departure from her characterization in the novels, where her personal motivations are unclear, Margaery's naked ambition is made obvious. Tywin Lannister seasons 1—5 portrayed by Charles Dance.

He is the father of Cersei, Jaime, and Tyrion. After Eddard Stark's arrest, Joffrey names him Hand of the King once more, but after Jaime is taken captive by the Starks, Eddard is unexpectedly executed by Joffrey, and Renly and Stannis Baratheon challenge Joffrey's claim to the throne; Tywin elects to remain in the field commanding his forces until he wins his war, and in the meantime gives the position of Hand of the King to Tyrion.

Talisa Stark seasons 2—3 portrayed by Oona Chaplin. Talisa Maegyr is a healer working on the battlefields of the War of the Five Kings.

She claims to be from the Free City of Volantis. No character named Talisa appears in the books. Oona Chaplin was originally announced to play a character called Jeyne, which many thought to mean she would play Jeyne Westerling , a character from the books.

Talisa follows Robb Stark's army camp as it moves. One day as they talk they are interrupted by news that Catelyn has released Robb's key prisoner Jaime Lannister.

Talisa later goes to comfort Robb. After she reveals more of her past to him, they admit their shared feelings for one another and sleep together.

Talisa and Robb marry in secret before a septon and she becomes a Stark. In season 3, Talisa reveals that she is pregnant, although she and her unborn child are stabbed to death by Lothar Frey in the Red Wedding Massacre, the first in the hall to be attacked.

Ygritte seasons 2—4 portrayed by Rose Leslie. A Wildling girl with red hair "kissed by fire", a sign of luck among the Wildlings and a follower of Mance Rayder.

She manages to escape, but is recaptured by Jon, separating him from his brothers in the process. Later she leads him into Rattleshirt's ambush.

After this they lead Jon to Mance Rayder's wildling camp, where he pretends to defect to the Wildlings to discover their plans.

She then travels with him to the wall, and during this journey she seduces him. However, when confronted with killing an innocent horse farmer for the watch who scaled the wall, Jon escapes the wildling's clutches on horseback.

But while resting, Ygritte manages to catch up with Jon at which point she confesses her love for him and then, blinded by tears, shoots him multiple times while he escapes towards the wall.

In Season 4, Ygritte starts raiding villages south of the wall with her group, clearly thirsting for vengeance against Jon, although Tormund suspects she let him go.

When the wildlings attack Mole's Town, Ygritte slaughters all the women present, but notices Gilly hiding with her baby son, and spares her life. When the wildlings finally reach Castle Black and attack, Ygritte kills many Night's Watch brothers with her archery skills, among them Pyp.

When confronted by Jon, however, she cannot bring herself to shoot him, and is shot in the back by Olly, a boy whose father Ygritte previously killed.

Ygritte subsequently dies in Jon's arms, and her body is later burned by Jon himself, separately from the other soldiers, in her homeland, north of the Wall.

Gendry seasons 1—3, 7—8 portrayed by Joe Dempsie. Gendry is an apprentice blacksmith in King's Landing and an unacknowledged bastard of King Robert.

Gendry shows promise as a smith and makes a helmet in the shape of a bull's head; Eddard compliments the helmet, offering to purchase it.

Gendry refuses, to the shame of the master smith. During their journey, they are stopped by the Goldcloaks, who demand that Yoren give up Gendry as King Joffrey wants all of his father's bastards killed but are forced to leave by Yoren.

Later, Gendry reveals to Arry that he knows she is a girl disguised as a boy all along and is surprised to learn she is Arya, Ned Stark's daughter.

After the Goldcloaks get help from Ser Amory Lorch and his men who kill Yoren, Gendry's life is saved by Arya when she lies to the Goldcloaks that Lommy, who was killed during the attack, was Gendry.

Gendry and the rest of recruits are sent to Harrenhal where Ser Gregor Clegane arbitrarily has many of the prisoners tortured and killed.

Gendry was about to suffer this fate but is saved by the arrival of Lord Tywin Lannister, who chides Clegane's men for their reckless behavior.

As they head towards the Riverlands, the group encounters the Brotherhood Without Banners, a group of Outlaws that defend the weak.

Inspired, he decides to join the Brotherhood but is betrayed by them when they sell him to Lady Melisandre as ordered by the Lord of Light.

Melisandre later reveals to Gendry that King Robert was his father and she is bringing him to meet his uncle, King Stannis. But in truth, Melisandre and Stannis planned to use him for her blood magic where Stannis uses his nephew's blood to make a death curse on the usurpers to his throne, Joffrey, Robb, and Balon Greyjoy.

Before they can use him as a sacrifice, Davos Seaworth helps Gendry escape and puts him on a boat to King's Landing. Unable to swim or row, Gendry is nevertheless convinced that the Red Woman has a surer death in store for him, and Davos asks him to "have a bowl'o brown for me" when returning to Flea Bottom.

In Season 7 Davos, on a clandestine visit to King's Landing, seeks out Gendry and finds him working as a smith. Gendry needs no persuading to go with Davos to Dragonstone.

There he meets Jon Snow and volunteers to go with Jon on a mission north of the Wall to capture a wight. During the mission, he is sent back to the Wall to summon help.

He gets word to Daenerys and later leaves with the others on the Targaryen ship. Tormund Giantsbane seasons 3—8 portrayed by Kristofer Hivju. A wildling raider known for his many titles, "Giantsbane" being foremost.

Loud and gregarious, he is one of Mance's top generals, fierce and terrible in combat. Tormund takes a liking to Jon after he joins them and even gives him advice over his relationship with Ygritte.

Brienne of Tarth seasons 2—8 portrayed by Gwendoline Christie. A former member of Renly Baratheon's Kingsguard. She is a highly trained and skilled warrior made dangerous by the fact that men underestimate her.

She is considered ugly because she is abnormally large in height and build, androgynous, and stronger than most men.

She wishes to prove her valor in a worthy cause to win respect and acceptance. She becomes infatuated with Renly after he shows her kindness and courtesy, and she wins a place in his Kingsguard after winning a tournament melee against Ser Loras.

Renly trusts Brienne because of her loyalty and her willingness to die for him. She is present at Renly's death and is falsely accused of his murder.

Ramsay Bolton seasons 3—6 portrayed by Iwan Rheon. After the Ironborn captures Winterfell, he marches on the castle's token garrison and offers it safe passage for surrender; after the gates are opened, he captures Theon and flays the other defenders.

Gilly seasons 2—8 portrayed by Hannah Murray. A young wildling girl who lives north of the Wall, Gilly is one of many daughters of Craster, a wildling who takes all his daughters as wives once they grow up into women.

She has a son with her father Craster. Samwell falls for her and becomes protective of her. Daario Naharis seasons 3—6 portrayed by Ed Skrein in season 3, and by Michiel Huisman from season 4 onwards.

As a result, Pypar also asks Jon for help. Alliser picks on Samwell Tarly when he arrives at the Wall , commanding Halder, Rast , and Albett to fight the inept youth.

Grenn, Jon, and Pyp defend Sam, however. Sam joins Grenn, Jon, Pyp, and Halder during meals and eventually shares in their jests.

When a new group of recruits heads toward Castle Black , Alliser names eight of his novices ready to join the Night's Watch. Grenn celebrates with wine.

Following the arrest of Lord Eddard Stark , Jon's father, as a traitor, Grenn is among those who lend support to Jon, telling him that the accusation is a lie.

He and others stop Jon from attacking Alliser with a knife when Alliser calls Jon "not only a bastard, but a traitor's bastard".

Out of gratitude, the Old Bear gives Jon his family sword, Longclaw , as a gift. Afterwards, Grenn joins others who ask Jon to show them the Valyrian steel sword, explaining that they knew about the present before Jon did.

Grenn is among the group of friends that stop Jon from abandoning the Wall and forswearing himself following the execution of his father in King's Landing.

When Jon declares he needs to be with his brother Robb , Grenn says that those of the Night's Watch are his brothers now. He goes on explaining that, while everyone is sorry about Lord Eddard's fate, Jon cannot go back once he has made the vow.

Grenn participates in the great ranging led by Lord Commander Mormont. Before it starts, Grenn joins other brothers who go to Mole's Town for drinking and whoring.

During the ranging, Grenn serves as an outrider and is usually paired with Dywen. The gnarled, veteran ranger takes on a mentor role; clouting Grenn on the ear and advising the young ranger.

When the group approaches Craster's Keep , Dywen tells Grenn that Craster was born of a wildling woman and a ranger. Dywen warns Jon and others to not look after Craster 's wives.

Grenn later challenges Dywen's boast that he slept with three of Craster's daughters during the night, explaining that he would have noticed that.

Dywen declares there is a strange smell around the Fist of the First Men , explaining to Grenn that it smells cold. When Jon kills Qhorin Halfhand on his command to prove that he has forsaken the Night's Watch so that he can infiltrate the camp of Mance Rayder , Jon wonders whether he has lost his friends.

Grenn survives the fight at the Fist , where the Night's Watch is attacked by wights. Afterward, Grenn calls him Sam the Slayer. Grenn is among those who make it back to Craster's Keep.

Jon leaves command of the Wall to Grenn when he descends to Castle Black. Having grown a half a foot taller since having met Jon, Grenn has not cut his shaggy hair or beard since the Fist.

Grenn complains that Jon has not been the same since being chosen the new Lord Commander. Grenn is seen sitting with Pyp and the rest in the common room.

They invite Jon to sit with them, but he refuses. Grenn : Nobody likes cravens. I wish we hadn't helped him. What if they think we're craven too?

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